89th Edition, March 30, 1990
Medical electrical equipment - Part 2: Particular requirements for safety - Section 2.14 Specification for electroconvulsive therapy equipment - (Implementation of CENELEC HD 395.2.14 S1)
Includes all amendments and changes through Amendment 1, December 1991
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Description / Abstract:
Equipment used by neurologists and psychiatrists for the treatment of certain psychiatric disorders. It functions by the application of two electrodes to the skull of the patient under anaesthesia, and passing a sequence of pulses of electrical current until a controlled seizure is attained.